We are off to an exciting start here at Wisconsin Academy! God has blessed and entrusted us with 72 fine young people. One can almost hear the sound of learning while walking through the hallways observing the students as they soak up the instruction of their teachers. We have had the opportunity to participate in [...]
This last Tuesday, the Student Association sponsored WA's traditional Twin Day, and chance to dress the same as a friend. It's a simple concept that makes for a lot of fun and laughter on a cold winter day. Enjoy the pictures!
There's a happy feeling nothing in the world can buy, when you pass around hot chocolate and cupcakes, oh my! That happy feeling was in the air at the women's dorm open house Friday evening after vespers. The men enjoyed goodies, fellowship, and to checked out the Christmas decorations in the women's dorm rooms. [...]
Dan Jackson, president of the North American Division of Seventh-day Adventists (NAD), visited Bible classes last Tuesday. He stayed for three periods, sharing a bit about himself and his background before taking questions from the class. Students asked a variety of questions. Do you like your job? How did you become NAD president? What [...]
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This Sabbath, our bell choir, under the direction of principal Rosalie Rasmussen, played for offertory and special music. Enjoy the pictures!
We have been truly blessed to have Pastor Bryce K. Hill speak to us morning and evening during our second week of prayer this year. In addition to his stirring messages, Pastor Hill encouraged students to memorize Romans 8:32, and the final paragraph of Steps to Christ, page 15. By the end of the [...]
Last Sabbath morning , the Choralaires sang three songs for the executive committee members at the conference office, including a marvelous musical setting of Genesis 1-6. In the afternoon, they also sang the Lord's Prayer at the memorial service for church member Bob Skilton.
Last week, students in Mrs. Willyta Wamack's Spanish I class explored holiday traditions, building manger scenes, or pesebres, and enjoying pan dulce, a sweet bread dessert. The pesebres not only included the traditional elements of a manger scene, but also included such items as a forest, a small village, and a functioning waterfall. The pesebres [...]
Last Sunday, students volunteered at Primates Incorporated, a spacious and enriching monkey sanctuary near Westfield. Primates Incorporated plans to rescue about five to 10 monkeys a year, with the goal of 100 at the facility within two decades. Currently, they have five rhesus monkeys. Students helped the sanctuary in a variety of ways, tearing [...]